Even if you can get past the ridiculous decor (a tree in the middle of the place) that trys to be NYC's Tavern on the Green (not even close), the awful waitstaff (don't they train these people?), and the high prices, the food is probably the worst in Little Italy.
Our hostess was too busy talking to one of the waiters about Bohagers than seating the three groups of people waiting to be seated. Once she decided to do her job, she was less than gracious about seating us.
With all of the true and traditional Italian restaurants in the area, it's amazing that this place stays in business. If you're looking to pay a lot for commerical Italian, you're at the right place. If you want real Italian, try any other place in Little Italy.
Don't Order The Lasanga.
It's frozen. Or at least that is what our waitress told us when we were ordering. It was a business dinner and the client said that he could always tell a good Italian restaurant by its lasagna. She recommended we choose from the variety of specials instead. We did just that and had a very pleasant and interesting meal.